Jessica is an individual and family therapist in Boston, Massachusetts. Having started her career working with anxiety and trauma, Jessica brings a decade of experience with clients of all ages and backgrounds.
Jessica is a therapist, community organizer and researcher from Boston. With over 10 years of clinical experience, she incorporates a range of approaches tailored to meet the needs of her individual clients. Jessica has a Master of Social Work from Simmons College and a Master of Public Health from Boston University, as well as post-graduate training in both Narrative and Cognitive-behavioral therapy. An avid book nerd, her undergraduate work focused on sexuality and gender in English literature.
Jessica believes that therapy should be a collaborative process and a place to bring your whole self; she is enthusiastically sex-positive and kink/poly affirming. As a transgender woman, Jessica knows how hard it can be to find a therapist who understands you, and she is committed to making therapy a safe and affirming space for all people.
Prior to CSPH, Jessica worked as the Assistant Director of an in-home family therapy program serving hundreds of families around Boston. She has worked variously providing individual, group and family therapy as both a clinician and a clinical supervisor. Her passion for LGBT youth led her to the field of public health, where she translates her decade of clinical experience into research, with an emphasis on transgender health. Currently, Jessica teaches family therapy at Boston University and sees clients part time through the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health in Providence. Outside of CSPH, Jessica maintains a private practice working with all ages.
Gender identity & transgender health - Exploring gender identity, including trans, non-binary, and gender variant identities; support throughout the process of transition
Sex therapy & sexual health - Addressing emotional, physical, and biological concerns related to sexual intimacy and functioning; education and skill building around topics such as erectile dysfunction, orgasms, low libido, shame, and history of abuse; improving communication to realize a fulfilling sex life
Trauma - Coping and healing after threatening or scary events, such as witnessing accidents or experiencing sexual, verbal, emotional, or physical abuse
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) - Reducing unwanted intrusive thoughts and rituals by gradually building comfort and confidence facing difficult fears, thoughts, and emotions
Family issues - Promoting communication and supporting family members to address challenges and reduce conflict and distress
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Private practice, 2018 - Present
Safe at Home, 2011 - 2018
Boston University, MPH, 2020
Simmons College, MSW, 2011